Appearing before the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel’s (BIIP) fourth public meeting, the leaders of the three political groups reiterated their continued cross-party commitment to delivering on the agenda to improve how the council is run.
Thousands of Birmingham carers are set for a wage boost after Birmingham City Council developed the new Birmingham Care Wage.
BIIP assessment of progress Response from leader of Birmingham City Council, Cllr John Clancy: “It is encouraging the panel is supportive of the inclusive, transparent and collaborative approach that I have outlined and begun to implement since becoming Leader of the Council. “It is crucial that we establish clear boundaries between elected members, who should spend […]
BIIP letter to Rt Hon Greg Clark MP 11 Jan Statement from the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel The Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel today published a letter to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, reporting on the progress the Council has made in implementing the recommendations of the Kerslake Report in the twelve […]
The Queen has officially reopened the transformed Birmingham New Street station. Accompanied by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, Her Majesty unveiled a plaque marking her visit – the first to New Street in her 62-year reign and her first visit to the city since her Diamond Jubilee tour in 2012. The Queen and […]